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For­mula One

For­mer cham­pi­ons Wil­liams joined McLaren yes­ter­day in drop­ping plans to ap­peal a stew­ards de­ci­sion against For­mula One ri­vals Rac­ing Point, but the mat­ter will still go to the gov­ern­ing FIA’s In­ter­na­tional Court of Ap­peal after Ferrari and Re­nault con­firmed their in­ten­tion to take the mat­ter for­ward. Rac­ing Point’s car is a vis­ual copy of last year’s Mercedes, who pro­vide their en­gines and gear­box, and the ar­gu­ment is about how much of the car has to be de­signed in house. Rac­ing Point has de­nied any wrong­do­ing.

Amer­i­can Foot­ball

Sky is to launch a ded­i­cated chan­nel to tele­vise NFL games as part of a five-year deal. The agree­ment marks the 25th an­niver­sary of live NFL cov­er­age by the broad­caster and will see Sky

Sports NFL launch­ing from Thurs­day, Septem­ber 3, ahead of the 2020 sea­son, which kicks off on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 10.

Ten­nis

Har­riet Dart won her third match of the week at the UK Pro Se­ries. The Bri­tish No 3 beat Naomi Broady 6-4, 6-4 at Wey­bridge. On the men’s side, Bri­tish No 4 James Ward de­feated Luke John­son 6-0, 7-5.

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